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VisiCalc (1979) (Software Arts)


VIsicalc is a rather complicated spreadsheet program, the first of its kind, and so the use of all the aspects of the software really needs a reference card. The co-creator, Dan Bricklin, has a reference card online you will find critical to working with Visicalc. For example - use the arrow keys to go left and right, then hit the SPACE bar and you'll use those same arrow keys to go up and down! Happy calculating. Remember that there is no way to save your work, so don't do this year''s taxes on this unless you want the greatest excuse ever.

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